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Choosing a car

 Purchasing a car is a large investment, and the competing claims of a wide range of products make the decision difficult. You should try to leave personal preferences until last, after you’ve determined what price range you can afford, and start by asking yourself what the car will be used for.

The amount of space in the car does not automatically determine the size that is best for you. There are small four-door vehicles as well as large two-door vehicles. Take into account how the vehicle will be used. If the average journey is going to be long (even if it’s just sitting in traffic), then comfort is essential. If, on the other hand, the average journey is short, then maneuverability and price may be the most important considerations.

The amount of luggage space available may influence your decision. If the car is only going to be used for getting to and from work or going shopping, hatchbacks are probably the best option. As a result, we have smaller external dimensions for a given amount of passenger space.

An estate car is the largest type of car in terms of luggage space. The overall dimensions are similar to those of saloons, but instead of a boot, the passenger compartment is extended rearwards and a tail door is installed.

After you’ve decided on the size and type of vehicle, you should consider the type of performance you want. Most manufacturers provide more than one performance package for each model (the same is true for the fittings and furnishings), and you will need to check their performance figures.

Consider how you intend to use the vehicle once more. Choose the larger options if you need to transport four people or a large amount of cargo on a regular basis. Similarly, if you intend to do a lot of highway driving, it is not a good idea to buy a car that can only go slightly faster than 110 kph – this will be exhausting for both the driver and the car.